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Green light from 27 to use EU recovery funds

Yesterday, the EU Council announced it has received formal notifications about the approval of the own resources decision from all 27 member states. National ratifications being completed, the EU can now start making available funds under the Recovery and Resilience Facility. With a financial envelope of €672.5 billion, the facility is the central part of

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Leading the European Digital Decade: How?

https://videos.files.wordpress.com/JBPF4RKP/web-giants-under-attack_hd.mp4 The last 18 months of the pandemic have radically transformed Europe and the world. From now on there will be an urgent need to acquire more and more digital skills, because the world has already changed. Companies, public institutions, professional associations will have to roll up their sleeves if they do not want to

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Summer 2021 is open!

  After a year of restrictions, the upcoming summer can be spent on vacation. Agreement found at EU level between those who want a “Green Pass”, a temporary and non-mandatory document, freedom of EU countries to maintain any restrictions in case of need and freedom not to get vaccinated. It seemed impossible to reconcile very

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New EU Center to Fight Cyber-Attacks

After three years of discussions and in the aftermath of the US Colonial Pipeline Hack, the EU finally decides to create a European Cybersecurity Industrial, Technology and Research Competence Center   Energy Cyber-attack in U.S. At a time when the whole world gears up to defend itself from threats and attacks from the darkside of

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The New ERASMUS+ is coming…

This week the European Parliament will confirm the agreement with Council on two important european initiatives. Two flags that have characterised Europe that everyone has known and touched: Erasmus and the support to film production/distribution and Culture. Near €29 billion for the next seven years. Here are some insights on the main decisions that will

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Horizon Europe runs: Council last decisions on Research

EU invests €95.5 billion for Research and Innovation. First calls already opened. However EU globally invests only 1.5% of GDP, against 2.1 in U.S., 2.6 in Japan, 1.7 in China and 3.6 in South Corea. < To read this article in another language, go to the Blog and select it> Latest decisions The EU Council

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Hybrid threats: the New Low-cost Wars

  Disinformation has now become the terrain on which a real war is taking place. Disinformation affects everyone, citizens and countries. They can be threats from revelers or attacks designed to undermine a country, a government, a leader, an economic group. Nobody is spared and the EU is developing all countermeasures to defend Europe. This

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